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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

VIDEO: A SAUDI PRINCE, EXECUTED FOR MURDER

 VIDEO:SAUDI PRINCE,EXECUTED  FOR MURDER    "The law applies to all,otherwise none at all." These quote has proven once again to be true when a Saudi Royalty has been executed for murdering a Saudi citizen during dispute. A statement was released on Tuesday by the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior confirmed the execution of Prince  Turki Bin Saud Al-Kabir,who has been sentenced for murdering a fellow Saudi citizen  Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed. “King Salman’s keenness on enforcement of security, justice and God's judgments,” Interior of Ministry confirmed. The victim's family refused the offer of "blood money" and demanded that the capital punishment be carried out.  The Ministry of Interior warned : “that legitimate punishment would be the fate of whoever tries to assault innocent people and shed their blood”.  Al-Kabir was the 134th among being served capital punishment this year and clearly defined Saudi Arabia's fair justice system and is a rare case of Saudi Royalty being executed.  ©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO
VIDEO:SAUDI PRINCE,EXECUTED  FOR MURDER


"The law applies to all,otherwise none at all." These quote has proven once again to be true when a Saudi Royalty has been executed for murdering a Saudi citizen during dispute.
A statement was released on Tuesday by the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior confirmed the execution of Prince  Turki Bin Saud Al-Kabir,who has been sentenced for murdering a fellow Saudi citizen  Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed.
“King Salman’s keenness on enforcement of security, justice and God's judgments,” Interior of Ministry confirmed.
The victim's family refused the offer of "blood money" and demanded that the capital punishment be carried out. 
The Ministry of Interior warned : “that legitimate punishment would be the fate of whoever tries to assault innocent people and shed their blood”.

Al-Kabir was the 134th among being served capital punishment this year and clearly defined Saudi Arabia's fair justice system and is a rare case of Saudi Royalty being executed.


©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO